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reviews and investigations of medicare and medicaid fraud. some have resulted in prosecutions and other in new program integrity functions to prevent health care fraud. he has been the inspector general since september 2004 and is the senior official responsible for audits, evaluations, investigations, and general law enforcement for all hhs projects. it is an honor to introduce my colleague, dan levinson. [applause] >> thank you very much. i cannot pass up an opportunity to say hello, good morning, and welcome you here as early as possible. this is such an important event for our office of inspector general because fighting fraud is what we are all about. on behalf of the 1500 dedicated professionals of our office, welcome to what looks to be a very interesting and what i undoubtedly believe will be very productive day as we gather throughout these breakout sessions to drill down on some of the most important issues concerning health-care integrity that our programs face. again, i think you will be hearing this from others as well, when one of every three americans depends upon an effi
. >> okay. what if we froze the topline of medicare medicare, medicaid, social security, and the very same discretionary spending that the president announced for tonight's speech for the same time period? how much would that save? >> i can't think of the categories off hand but it would've saved a great deal of money. i think the challenge is to decide what the top line cap on medicare spending, what does that mean to medicare beneficiaries, who is that will not get paid in an amount that would've been paid without that cap. >> okay. let's say that you reduce the benefits to wealthy americans who did pay that money into social security, means tested the payouts and did it that way. >> so on social security side, with picking sort of a dollar amount up front it's easier to change those rules then want to do this sort of thing as you suggest. exactly how much you'd save depends on just what thresholds you picked and how the testing worked. >> mr. chairman, thanks a million. [inaudible] >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> dr. elmendorf, thank you for being here. i applaud president obama for taki
. spending related to medicare, medicaid and social security will not be affected. neither will national security. all other discretionary programs will. finally, i have called for a bipartisan commission that will sit down and hammer out concrete deficit reduction proposals by a certain deadline. because we have heard plenty of talk and a lot of yelling on tv about deficits. it is time to come together and make the painful tauruses we need to eliminate those deficits. this past week, 53 democrats and republicans voted for this commission in the senate. but a failed when seven republicans who had co- sponsoring the idea in the first place suddenly decided to vote against it. that is one thing to have an honest difference of opinion, i will always respect to those that take a principled stand for what they believe even if i disagree with them. but what i want except is changing positions because it is good politics. . . >> less than an hour, that's how long they interrogated a terrorist and he was given a miranda warning and lawyer and not surprisingly he stopped talking. ho did we get to
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. there is a medicare benefit that may qualify you for a new power chair or scooter at little or no cost to you. imagine... one scooter or power chair that could improve your mobility and your life. one medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm doug harrison. we're experts at getting you the power chair or scooter you need. in fact, if we qualify you for medicare reimbursement and medicare denies your claim, we'll give you your new power chair or scooter free. i didn't pay a penny out of pocket for my power chair. with help from the scooter store, medicare and my insurance covered it all. >> chris: we are back now with senator bayh, congressman van hollen, congressman ryan and senator alexander. seems the administration is going to move the trial of the 9/11 suspects out of new york city. where should they hold it, should it be in a federal court for a military commission? >> military commission. we have to make a distinction between kids t
issues. like, do you believe barack obama is a u.s. citizen? are social security and medicare socialism and do you believe barack obama is a solist. the idea is to make them unacceptable to the political middle. the tea partyers don't trust regular republicans at all. here's a tea party hero, glenn beck. >> americans have been fighting this battle in the last year through the tea parties. americans are on to the republicans, who are just really progressives. we know now i'm not going to trust somebody because they have a d. or an r. on their name. chris: andrew, the tea partyers are making the republicans sign on to this bill of particulars like the birther stuff. >> the burter stuff is deadly and a lot of people do think it. chris: deadly to whom? >> to the republican party. i think they do represent -- i think this is again bush, i have to say. they lived under eight years of an allegedly conservative president who spent and borrowed and invaded and did everything that a liberal democrat might have done. 'rtheye so furious but they repressed it now they're exploding. chris: you deal w
. with the passage of the medicare modernization act. exactly what they did. and that's -- as we know, that barely squeaked through. it was the famous three-hour vote. which is the other important point to make here. which is that no matter what anybody tells you what the rules are, they make up the rules as they go along. right? and so -- and particularly on the senate side. they can pretty much figure out a way, if they want to, to do what they want. so that said, what happened in 2003, there was not even support within the republican ranks to pass that legislation. there was a huge dispute over whether it was a massive new entitlement or whether it was privatization of medicare or whether that was good or bad, the whole bit. and there was some democratic support. but clearly the bulk of the caucus would not vote for it. what did they do? they kept at it. and they did -- a dark of night series of back room deals. >> and what about the budget? >> and no pay forings. and there's a lot you can do in this town if you aren't -- if you're going to pass a $400 billion plus benefit and not pay for it. i
programs. the fastest growing parts won't be cut, including medicare, medicaid, social security, national security and veterans programs. listen to both sides' take on the freeze. >> the president will outline steps tomorrow, including freezing nonsecurity discretionary spending, spending that's almost doubled. >> the spending freeze is on an 84% increase he signed into law. the freeze is delayed one year so it's not fiscal discipline. >> according to the white house the freeze would save $250 billion over the decade. >> thank you very much. another busy week for president obama. tomorrow as caroline said he'll outline his budget for 2010 and attend a meeting for the olympics. tuesday he goes to new hampshire and wednesday meets with a bipartisan group of governors to discuss energy policy. thursday he'll will he liver re-- deliver remarks at the national prayer breakfast. >> president obama called jobs the number one focus for this year. later on he urged lawmakers to keep on trying for an agreement on healthcare. but is there bipartisan on either issue? is it really possible? >> what th
mobility and your life. one medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm dan weston. we're experts at getting you the scooter or power chair you need. in fact, if we pre-qualify you for medicare reimbursement and medicare denies your claim, we'll give you your new power chair or scooter free. i didn't pay a penny out of pocket for my power chair. with help from the scooter store, medicare and my insurance covered it all. call the scooter store for free information today. call the number on your screen for free information. >>> $862 billion is a whole lot of money. but someone has to file that sum of cash allotted for the stimulus. appointed by president obama to keep those doling out the money honest. and until mr. duvaney has declined an interview. >> reporter: an early morning car pool with his wife arriving at a building just steps from the white house, probably not what you'd expect from the man in charge of overseeing $862
the uninsured strengthen medicare for seniors and stop insurance company abuses, let me know. >> bill: okay, i'm up to the challenge. rather than spending still more government money creating an enormous bureaucracy, why don't we let them compete in all 50 states and allow judges to punish people that sue people for stupid reasons. that what they do in great britain. a judge can order you to pay for all costs that is known as tort reform. i agree he should regulate insurance companies. they can't be fighting legitimate reimbursement. they try to wear you down when you file a claim. i'm with the president on that. but we don't need trillions of federal dollars to solve the health care problem. we already have medicaid. so increased insurance competition, stopping crazy lawsuits and mandating strict rules for them to follow may be a partial solution. it's not going to solve everything but it's more efficient than what mr. obama wants which is a fiscal nightmare. finally he did not speak the war on terror but he must stop the nonsense about giving khalid shaikh mohammed civilian trials. just yest
that he's already increased 24%. >> wait a minute -- >> social security, medicare, medicaid? that's a big budget, though. >> what about the mountain of debt that obama inherited? >> well, but he -- >> it twz a true mountain, was it not? >> he misstated it on wednesday night. he said a trillion dollar deficit. in 2007, the deficit was at $170 billion. over 2008 when bush was still president it exploded to 450 billion because of t.a.r.p. and the recession. that didn't give the president an excuse to blow it up to over $1.3 trillion. >> excuse me. >> no, we want to point out that the t.a.r.p. legislation is bush's legislation. >> yes, but bush only spent $350 billion of the $700 t to k >> with all due dove reness of separation of powers, last week the supreme court reversed a century of law that i believe will open the floodgates for special interests, including foreign corpor our election. [ applause ] >> question. was this political oratory okay or was this demagoguic and dangerous? i ask you, eleanor? >> liberals loved it. this supreme court decision overruled 100 years of legal doctrin
spending, medicare and social security are not affected by the freeze. >>> the man accused of killing four members of his family on thanksgiving day will ab rained in a florida court. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. >>> and tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the first civil rights sit-in. four african-american college students demanded service at a segregated lunch counter in greensboro, north carolina. that store with the lunch counter still in place opens tomorrow as the centerpiece of the international civil rights center and museum. >>> michael jackson's children will step into the spotlight sat the grammy awards tonight. the pop star's two eldest kids prince michael and paris will appear on stage during a tribute to their father. it will be their first public appearance since their father's memorial last summer. grammy organizers say they are going all out to honor jackson. >> it's going to be wonderful. i just came from the rehearsal for it. it is absolutely amazing and totally befitting what the grammys does. i think we do it better than anybody else. this is something g
including pentagon spending, medicare and social security are not affected by the freeze. >>> the man accused of killing four members of his family on thanksgiving day will be arraigned in a federal court. tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the first civil rights sit-in. four african-american college students demanded service at a segregated lunch counter in greensboro, north carolina. that store with the launch counter still in place opens tomorrow as the centerpiece of the international civil rights center and museum. >>> getting around the sunshine state could soon be easier and faster. florida is getting more than $1 billion in stimulus money to build a high-speed rail system. president obama made that announcement to a cheering crowd at the university of tampa this week. the first phase will link downtown tampa to the orlando airport. it's expected to be finished within 4 1/2 years. eventually, the line is expected to be extended to miami. >>> a bald eagle named harley is back in the wild and flying free. >> it is rewarding today to watch him fly off. did you see that? that was
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and in the '60s to got medicare and medicaid so there have been moments of the history when the people and their desires and their anguish over this situation has broken through and then we got legislation that moved away from the traditional class, upper class legislation of the government. but he is extremely important to understand this conflict of interest between government and us. otherwise you will think, and the young guy going off to war will think bush's interest is the same as mine. it is not. nor is exxon's interest the same as mine. nor-cal burton's the interest the same as mine. no, it is a very important thing to learn i think from history. and when you learn, when you study the history of the united states, you did not see the kind of country that we all learn about when we go to school which is a kind of exultation of america. we are not different by the way from other countries. countries everywhere teach their history in nationalists ways. they are all prideful of their flag in their anthem and hewn know their history in the united states is no different. except we a
down premiums, bring down the deficit, cover the uninsured, strengthen medicare for seniors, and stop insurance company abuses, let me know. let me know. [applause] let me know. [applause] i'm eager to see it. here is what i ask congress though. don't walk away from reform, not now, not when we are so close. let us find a way to come together and finish the job for the american people. [applause] let's get it done. [applause] let's get it done. [applause] now even as health care reform would reduce our deficit, it is not enough to dig us out of the massive fiscal hole in which we find ourselves. it is a challenge that makes all others that much harder to solve, and one that has been subject to a lot of political posturing. so let me start the discussion of government spending by setting the record straight. at the beginning of the last decade, the year 2000, america had a budget surplus of over $200 billion. by the time i took office, we had a one-year deficit of over $1 trillion and projected deficits of $8 trillion over the next decade. most of this was the result of not paying for
on everything but medicare, medicaid, social security and national security. three, fiscal commission. though it would likely be a weaker version than what was defeated in the senate. the president mixed it up with republicans over the economy and the deficit at the house retreat yesterday in baltimore. at one point, mr. obama complained a question was an example of how hard is it to have a bipartisan conversation. here is another republican congressman's take on the meeting. >> i looked the president right in the eye and said i haven't been an obstructionist. you haven't been the one that has been following through. but that is the kind of dialogue we need. again, if we can get the house democrats to do the same thing, i think we'd make a lot of progress. >> mr. obama had another meeting with republicans this morning with a smaller crowd. former president george h.w. bush and his son jeb paid a call in the oval office. we're told it was a social call because mr. bush was in town for a meeting. julie? >> julie: caroline shively, thank you. now to haiti, where around a million people remain ho
'll be $723 billion, and that, too, is an entitlement. we tend to think about social security and medicare, medicaid as being the entitlements of great concern to us. interest on the national debt is truly obligatory, it has to be paid, it's an entitlement in the strongest sense of the word. our witnesses last week suggested we need some target thes. we don't need to be out there doing ad hoc things, we need some target to shoot at, and they were suggesting we try to bring the deficit down to 3% of gdp and bring the debt or at least hold it to no more than 6% of gdp. are those reasonable goals? do you think they're too level, too high, too tight, too strict? >> so, again, mr. chairman, it's not our place at cbo to suggest what your goals should be. economists don't have any analytic basis for saying, this is the crucial point in terms of debts or deficits. it is true that as we push in this country to 60%gdp at the end of this year and beyond that over the next few years, we're moving into territory that most developed countries stay out of. we are moving into territory the that is unusual
. but those mandatory programs include medicare, medicaid, social security and other programs that really do require billions upon billions of dollars. democrats say, look, you should not exempt the defense department as the president's proposed to do. there could be a lot of trims within that as well. republicans are not happy, either. so a measure of bipartisanship, i guess. not the kind the president would like to see. republicans say this is all just a drop in the bucket, something more dramatic has to be done about federal spending. so the president's budget out tomorrow. released a big ritual every year down at the government printing office. >> mike, what about the reaction to the president's televised back-and-forth with the gop? apparently new reaction this morning from the right? >> reporter: that's right. john boehner is the republican leader of the house. he was on stage with the president, that extraordinary encounter at baltimore when the president there you see him taking the stage, met with the entire house gop and answered questions for more than an hour. the talk is biparti
health care, too much social security, too much medicare, too much power on the job are actually inviting a repeat of 1994. >> essentially telling the democrats stand up and make the tough votes or you'll lose this november. >> not just the republicdemocra the american people are frustrated, angry and hurting. like you, i traveled around the country talking to them. they want action. they don't want any more excuses. they're tired of it. people didn't say in massachusetts that people overreached. they said that we underreached. we're telling them. you either get on the program with jobs on a scale necessary to help us put millions of people back to work or you're going to face the rath of those voters in november. that's democrat, republican and independent alike. america is tired of excuses, they're tired of people just saying no and they're tired of not having jobs created. >> you mentioned massachusetts, what happened there? if you look at a poll conducted after that election, scott brown actually won, just barely, but he won the labor vote, the union household vote. 49% to 46%. one th
like medicare, medicaid, defense spending, those programs that deal with security, a massive part of the federal budget deficit. it's said only 17% of the budget deficit is going to be exposed, 17% of the budget is going to be exposed to some of this spending freeze and republicans are saying look it's a drop in the bucket, it's not enough and democrats, including right up to speaker pelosi have said, why are you exempting the defense department. some of these programs should be cut as well. it's always a big fight, a big ritual surrounding the budget drop. it happens tomorrow morn across town at the government printing office, alex. >> timing of one of these reports, seems that the u.s. is increasing its anti-missile capability in the gulf to counter arraign yan iranian missile strikes in the region. >> they're letting it be known they're deploy something missile defense systems and other systems, including missiles borne aboard naval cruisers around the persian gulf areas, american allies in that area, to do two things. first of all to reassure them in the face of this emerging
defense and a lot of other mandatory spending on programs like medicaid and medicare doesn't add up to that much in terms of the percentage of the total budget. at any rate, yes, yesterday the white house revealed they will make some trims do consolidations. the federal government is a vast far-flung bureaucracy and all kinds of agencies tucked away, abandoned, people who deal with abandoned mines, brown fields, education programs that they feel are due milktive, they're going to trim and consolidate a lot of that altogether 120 programs and that's where they'll get the $120 billion that you're talking about, alex. overall the budget is still going to be very large and a lot of freeze and spending and some of the trims are not going to make people on both sides of the aisles happy. democrats are already talking about the fact that the defense spending is being exempted from the spending freeze and republicans look at the overall level of cuts and say this is a drop in the bucket, of course. the size of the government, the size of the deficit, the size of the budget is something repu
s we got medicare and medicaid. so there have been moments in our history when the people and their desires and their anguish over the situation has broken through, and then we got legislation that moved away from the traditional class, upper-class legislation of the government. but it's extremely important to understand this conflict of interest between government and us. otherwise, you would think, and the young guy going off to war while the, well, wish this interest was the same as mine. it's not. no one is excellent interests the same as mine. nor halliburton's interest is the same as mine. know. that's a very important thing to learn. i think from history. and when you learn, when you study the history of the united states, you do not see the kind of country that we all learn about when we go to school, which is a kind of america. we're not different by the way than other country. countries everywhere teach their history and a nationalist way. they are all prideful of their flag and their anthem, and you know, their history. and the united states is no different. exc
are entitlements. our budget is locked down with social security and medicare and medicaid bills that are unsustainable. if you try to solve these problems, the power of special- interest groups who are against whatever solution you put on the table has gone exponentially greater. can you imagine right in the united states constitution in today's environment -- can you imagine writing the united states constitution in today's environment? the power of money on the ability to find consensus on the hard things has gotten greater. i am not true that is going to hard decisions. i worry about this decision. >> we could not have gone the constitution if it had been negotiated on c-span. >> corporations do not want to be hated, for the most part. they have many ways to pour more money into the political process if they wanted to and they have chosen not to. to cross that line and suddenly decide that, as a corporation, i want to defeat lindsay gramm of north carolina and those corporations are in sentences co, boston, and new york city, that is -- are in san francisco, boston, and in ne
'm not an idealogue. i'm not. >> anything that cuts medicare, raises premiums and sends the states a big bill for the medicaid expansion, that deserves to be voted against and characterized as a bad idea, which we did. >> chris: do you think he is an idealogue? >> in many ways, no. i think he doesn't think he is an idealogue but i think he approaches things in the way a professor would with big complicated schemes when in fact the big country we have works best when we solve problems step by step. >> chris: let's talk politics with a capital t here. congressman van hollen you are in charge of electing more democrats to the house here. in the wake of the november loss in new jersey and virginia and in the wake of scott brown's victory in massachusetts, how much trouble is your party in? >> the party is not in trouble but we need to recognize what is on the mind of the american people which is jobs and the congress will be focused on a jobs acceleration going forward and try to pass the wall street accountability bill so we don't have the taxpayers left holding the bag again in the future. if y
. that anything that spends $2.5 trillion when fully implemented, cuts medicare, raises premium, sends the state a big bill for the medicaid expansion, that deserves to be voted against and characterized as a bad idea, which we did. >> chris: do you think he's an idealogue? >> you know, in many ways no. but i think he doesn't think he's an idealogue but i think he approaches things in a way a professor would in terms of big comprehensive schemes. when, in fact, the way the big complicat country we have works best when we solve problems step-by-step. >> chris: let's turn to -- i mean we've been skirting around it but let's talk about politics with a capital "t" here. congressman van hollen, you're in charge of eleing more democrats to the house this year. in the wake of the november laws in new jersey and virginia and in the wake of scott brown's victory in massachusetts, how much trouble is your party? >> the party is not in trouble, but at the same time we need to recognize what is on the mind of the american people, which is jobs. which is why the president and the congress will be focussed on
the freeze does not extend, biggest budget busters that is medicare and medicaid and social security. i'm not so sure how exactly effective it's going to be. >> julie: will it help the economy more, reducing deficits or debt or greater government spending? >> well, that definitely depends on who you talk to. i think that the deficit and debt are a huge cost to us. we have to reduce government second. best way to create jobs has been proven again and again is to cut taxes. >> julie: in the state of the union address, president obama talked about spending some $30 million, $30 billion, rather, in incentives including tax breaks. he put a lot of emphasis on the private sector. if you put money in small businesses, they can hire and reduce the unemployment rate. is that where the focus needs to be in 2010, in private small businesses? >> small businesses is the biggest creators of jobs, period. if you cut their taxes, generally they will hire. some critics say this money would basically be going only to people who are going to hire anyway and they'll be getting a tax credit for it. again it
looming over the social security and medicare systems coming down the road. so it's really questionable whether the u.s. can't afford to fight two wars simultaneously under these revised circumstances. now the u.s. military has backhandedly admitted that it can't win in afghanistan, but hopes the surge will allow it to disrupt and degrade quote unquote the taliban. which really means contain the taliban in urban areas until the afghan security forces are up to speed. but of course all the surge troops will not be in place until the fall of next year, having only nine short months until the withdrawal supposedly begins. the afghan forces are small, corrupt and drug ravaged and it would take much longer than even five years that karzai has testified for them to be able to secure the country by themselves. the problem in afghanistan contrary to what people believe, is that you can't contrast afghanistan. afghanistan has been conquered many times. the problem is of doing it and controlling it, which it really has been. i think that ago probably back to the persian cyrus to find anyone who h
and it seems that some of the key areas it needs to decrease, it's not going to, medicaid, medicare, veterans affairs, security programs, national security. >> those are the ones that politicians have-- >> that's what i say, social security, they're never going to cut those, what is cut? nasa and. >> i knew that one was going to set you back. >> what about nasa. >> the programs it's not a matter of the programs cut it's a matter of the this is 20 billion dollars. this is less than 1/2 of 1%. this is very infinite when we're talking about 3.8 trillion dollars. also when all of that is not going to be approved by congress. congress is going to say no, you're not making all the cuts as they did last year. >> right. >> last year they proposed 11.5 billion dollars in cuts and made 6.8 billion in cuts. this is going to be cut maybe in half and we're talking about such a tiny amount of cuts and all this have pre strant the president is calling for. >> liberals are not happy with the cuts already. >> well, you're going to upset somebody with any cut. >> the president seems to be coming out in a weird
the nation's health-care system, making significant reductions in medicare spending. we will find out more about that tomorrow. danny, republican line. caller: hello. i definitely believe that the gop should be in control of the congress. i would like to explain why. in the 1960's, a former fbi agent after he retired wrote a book called naked communist, where he documented the 45 communist goals to take over this country. it was going to be from people that came over from communist china and mostly from the soviet union, attempting to infiltrate every place of influence in this country. you can look it up, communist goals, 1963. compare the goals of the communists to take over america with the political party platform of the democrats. you will see that all of those objecting to the total world government under the united nations has been fulfilled. you can read what our founding fathers believed was the principle that this country was founded on. that is what the base of the gop stands for. host: one more thing about the budget, he added there were plans to slash future shortfalls with em
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